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Over the years, we’ve noticed that a lot of motorists wonder how often they should have the alignment on their vehicles checked. There are two general rules of thumb in this regard. The first is to have your alignment checked every other time you get your oil changed, or every 6,000 miles. The other is to bring your automobile into our service center near Lowell, IN for an alignment check at least once per year.
Regardless of which guideline you decide to follow, you may have to bring your vehicle in for an alignment inspection even more often. If you notice an indication that your wheel alignment is off, you should schedule an inspection sooner. If your car is pulling to one side, you have to hold your steering wheel at an angle when you’re traveling straight, or you notice premature tire wear, your alignment may be off.
If your vehicle is involved in an accident (especially a front end collision), you hit a curb or pothole too fast, or you often drive off-road, it can throw off your suspension alignment. Even if you had your alignment checked recently, you should have it re-inspected if any of the aforementioned things happen.
Whether you’re in the market for a new or pre-owned automobile, you have automotive questions, or it’s time for an alignment check, visit Fieldhouse Chrysler Dodge Jeep® RAM today!